Staging Your Home

Good to Know: Staging Checklist

Use this handy guide to be sure you're covering all the bases before a showing or open house.

Your Strategic Plan for Home Staging

Follow our advice for sprucing up your home room by room to make a great first impression.

Staging Your Home for Sale

  • One Bedroom Condo In Hayes Valley, SF

    The art wasn't the same old stuff trotted out from the warehouse; it was curated with all the care of a juried gallery show, with a particular judge in mind - the buyer.    See the Image

  • View From One-Bedroom Condo in Hayes Valley, SF

    Nice view, but a better one - with a terrace - sold for $50K less in the same building. The difference? Superstaging.    See the Image

  • Living Room Of One-Bedroom Condo In Hayes Valley, SF

    Chances were taken. Caution was thrown to the wind. Stripes met patterns. And it worked.    See the Image

  • Hayes Valley Condo Styled By Climb Real Estate

    This one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in San Francisco's hip Hayes Valley neighborhood was styled specifically to attract a single woman shopping for her first home. It sold to a doctor just finishing…   See the Image

  • Bedroom Of Condo In Hayes Valley, SF

    It might never look like this, but the buyer aspires to be someone with a globe and a cocktail tray.    See the Image

  • Hayes Valley Condo Styled By Climb Real Estate

    It's not news that San Francisco home sales have been rocketing above expectations since the beginning of the year. Bay area buyers have seen themselves outbid by the cost of a mansion in their home…   Read the Article

  • Atlanta Homes Receiving Multiples

    This midcentury modern home received multiple cash offers and eventually sold for over 104 percent over the asking the price.    See the Image

  • NYC Staging Story 77 Park Ave

    Staging New York City apartments could be an Olympic sport. Small, easily cluttered and sometimes short on natural lighting, our urban abodes are not always easy to package to prospective buyers. For…   Read the Article

  • NYC Staging Story 140 W 22

    Published 06/07/13 in Houses
    NYC Staging Story 140 W 22

    Another way to make rooms seem larger is by bringing in a mirror — like in this Chelsea condo.   See the Image

  • NYC Staging Story 77 Park Ave

    Avoid giant furniture pieces if you want a room to seem larger, says Anna Shagalov of Halstead Property. Also, place flowers and small objects in very specific places, as in this Park Avenue condo.   See the Image

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